Meet the world's deadliest, undiscovered Assassin and Spy of the 20th Century.
In July 1939 Bronislaw meets and reports to 'Polish Military Intelligence', watching for any NAZI activities. As K.O.P. Platoon Leader, he is also now with the British Military Intelligence MIR - 'D' Section' or otherwise known as ‘Destruction Section’, meeting with Major Peter Wilkinson, Colonel Colin McVean Gubbins, and other staff. Just a few months later, Bronislaw was to be one of the first men in the world to witness 'threats' to Poland, as Nazi Germany is about to invade Poland, and he reports upon it. He was essential for 'on the ground for intelligence' for Poland and also becomes pivotal to both Intelligence departments of Poland and Britain.
Another visit to Poland in very late August 1939 by British Military Intelligence, to broker a peace deal by using Stalin as a lever, sees the large group caught up in Poland as Germany now invades on the 1st of September. Together with the British Military Intelligence team, with Bronislaw who is protecting the team with his Platoon including British General Carton De Wiart - are now trapped near Lwow. Bronislaw even has an ‘incredibly rare’ group picture taken, with the members of the secret British Intelligence Team ‘D’ section, including Major Peter Wilkinson. It’s now the 17th of September, and the Soviets also go to war against Poland, and this ruins the meeting with 'Edward Rydz-Śmigły' as Stalin was supposed to be an 'answer', but now they realise they were double-crossed.
See the most incredible photograph of Bronislaw and his partner after their immediate capture, as taken by NAZI Joseph Goebbels 'Propaganda Team' for Propaganda purposes. That now can reveal their most amazing adventures of Bronislaw, previously hidden from the public. He escapes in early 1942 and goes on a rampage to kill as many NAZIs as possible. Unrest in the Polish army and In 1943 he is placed into position, and under orders on a unique ‘Special Signal’, to eliminate his very own PM and General Wladyslaw Sikorski. Read in great detail, exactly how Bronislaw and partner did it, as they waited for Sikorski to arrive.
That his method is indeed validated by WW2 Air Crash Investigator who even produced the documentary ‘Sikorski’s Last Flight', and through detailed ‘technical illustrations' by aeronautical experts that simulate what Bronislaw’s sabotage would have done to an aircraft’s flight controls of that exact type of plane. This book also includes stunning information, from the son of one of that very Polish Team, sent originally to stop Bronislaw from killing General Wladyslaw Sikorski, in the very first place. For long before Sikorski even dies in the plane crash, London had already intercepted credible 'Cipher' transmissions, announcing this. Bronislaw, ever vigilant, uses many different names during WW2.
After Sikorski's death, amazingly he is used and unknowingly by, London's Polish Government in Exile's, - A.K. Unit 993/W execution squad. With absolutely no knowledge that he is the very same person that had eliminated their Polish PM and General Wladyslaw Sikorski, as he was instructed by another a Polish military faction in the middle-east to do so! He becomes 'King Assassin', and under the leadership of Zbigniew Szubanski, pseudonym 'Clive', his boss who personally tells this author in the 1960s, when he visits the author's home.
NON-FICTION - An expert Assassin leaves no trace
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"The main flaw with Poland's IPN exhumation of General Wladyslaw Sikorski's body, many years ago; - was that they conducted tests ONLY to see if he was - 'Shot, Stabbed or Poisoned' and nothing else.
It's very clear he was killed by the plane crash, however we are now telling you that the plane crash, was indeed caused by sabotage: and with this we know in great detail with proof of exactly who, why and how it happened. Even how it avoided detection until this very day."
"You can tell them the truth after I am dead, tell them in say 30 years...noh 35 years."
― Bronislaw 3rd March 1984
.......and that time is now!
THANK YOU FOR GIVING ME THE OPPORTUNITY : - I have completed reading your book. I found the book interesting. You certainly had a unique relationship with an unusual father. It was interesting to read to first hand accounts of the wartime experiences of a Polish soldier throughout the war, and back in Pol...
AN INTERESTING AND INTRIGUING READ : -
A very interesting and intriguing read, well done!
Have to admit I did start reading from the beginning but soon skipped ahead to the parts about Sikorski .......
WW2 AIR CRASH DETECTIVES : - Investigator of 'Sikorki's Last Flight'
General Wladyslaw Sikorski and 15 others were killed when the B-24 they were travelling in crashed shortly after take off from Gibraltar very nearly 75 years ago to this day.
The crash on the 4th July 1943, where the pilot, Flight Lieutenant Eduard Prchal, survived, has been the subject of much discussion and debate. I would even go as far to say that this is probably the most talked about crash involving a high profile figure in the history of flight. The conspiracy theories have rattled on for years with the finger of blame, if it wasn't an accident, being pointed in many directions, but now, finally, the truth !